Once per week
learners per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
How Outschool Works
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Attention Arts and Craft lovers! This ongoing class is a wonderful opportunity for learners to share their appreciation for Arts and Crafts with Mrs. Katie and other students. We will share our creations and interact with one another. Learners will bring what they have made or what they are currently working on to share with the class. This class will be taught with a show and tell format where learners will describe and share what they are working on, participate in turn taking, and...
Learners will: *discuss arts and crafts activities they are working on *practice turn taking *build connections with other learners with similar interests to them *pose questions and answer questions related to the craft being discussed
Since 2000, I have been entering contests in arts and crafts in the state fair. I have won various ribbons in photography, scrapbooking, painting, and baking. I have experience with digital and film photography, acrylic and oil paintings, scrapbooking projects for organizations, and making no sew blankets. I have organized and ran several craft making sessions in summer camp setting with learners ages 6 to 15.
Bring your arts and crafts and craft creations to work on and share!
30 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Parents, while Learners will be encouraged to share what crafts they are working on and give feedback for their fellow Learners, there will be certain expectations. Learners will be expected to share crafts that are of an appropriate nature and within Outschool expectations. Feedback is encouraged to be of a positive nature while suggestions should be specific. For example, if a Learner shows a painting that is difficult to see, another Learner might suggest they use contrasting colors to bring the person's focus in on what they are trying to highlight in the painting.
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16 completed classes
Greetings and welcome to my profile! I am a full-time Special Needs Teacher and part-time Crafter. I love photography, arts and crafts, baking, and video games. I have a dual Bachelor of Arts degree from Flagler College in Deaf Education and...